The Gateway experience: CIA files

Tomie Trypt
12 min readApr 30, 2019


An exploration of the power of consciousness

**All quotes (“ ”) are taken directly from the declassified “Analysis and Assessment of Gateway Process” file

I love talking about niche human abilities. There are so many of them out there, things inherent to being human, but that are outside our current material view of the world.

I figure if I can gather enough of them in one place, it will become impossible to deny any longer. Once convinced, we can start accepting and honing these skills of ours.

Sure, these abilities are studied, but only by a handful of scientists. Scientists that are then cast out of academic circles for even pausing to look at the possibility of these claims being true. There are stacks of statistically significant data. Data that would be widely accepted in any other area of research, but here it’s scoffed at.

The scoffers are holding on for dear life to their comfortable, yet dead model of reality. They keep insisting on a physical, material, existence that simply does not exist.

Here to prove this point today are the CIA declassified files of the US Army Operational Group. The Gateway Experience. (CIA Link)


What is the Gateway Program?

“Fundamentally, the Gateway experience is a training system designed to bring enhanced strength, focus and coherence to the amplitude and frequency of brainwave output between left and right hemispheres so as to alter consciousness, moving it outside the physical sphere so as to ultimately escape even the restrictions of time and space.”

That is a very convoluted way of saying Gateway is a training program for interacting with the nonphysical parts of reality. Basically it’s a guide book for super powers. Brought to you by the US army.

The Gateway Experience was originally created by Robert Monroe, founder of The Monroe institute (TMI). TMI is arguably the most renowned institute for consciousness studies, and has been assisting people in tapping into the powers of consciousness since 1971.



Tomie Trypt

A byproduct of the teenage wasteland.